Ex-CIA master assassin Court Gentry has always prided himself on his ability to disappear at will, to fly below the radar and exist in the shadows - to survive as the near-mythical Gray Man. But when he takes revenge upon a former employer who betrayed him, he exposes himself to something he’s never had to face before.
A killer who is just like him.
Code-named Dead Eye, Russell Whitlock is a graduate of the same ultra-secret Autonomous Asset Program that trained and once controlled Gentry. But now, Whitlock is a free agent who has been directed to terminate his fellow student of death. He knows how his target thinks, how he moves, and how he kills. And he knows the best way to do the job is to make Gentry run for his life - right up until the moment Dead Eye finally ends it.
©2013 Mark Strode Greaney (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
This was an entertaining Gray Man novel but it began to drag on with lots of repetitive thoughts and comments by both the Protagonist and antagonist. Some plot maneuvers looked like they were inserted to burn up pages before getting to the meat of the story. Some characters are one dimensional. Performance is very good.
Sure, they are entertaining. Already read the Gray Man and liked it.
He's a good voice actor; I like his work.
This is the best of the series I've read so far. The ending is gut wrenching! The story is very ,very good!
The plot kept me on the edge of my seat because the story line seemed predictable but the plot twists when you think you've nailed it!
The narrator is like an orchestra conductor. He set the tempo, raised and controlled my interest in the story. I couldn't put it down.
Happiness, to me, is being able to look back and think to myself, "Well, that was fun!" Oh, there are regrets - but they are so worth it...
Can't say, but Jay reads this better than I would. Thinking about it, I'd give the print version a go someday to see what he missed.
Gentry, of course! He's the classic cut operative, but Greaney gives him a very dark and instinctive edge that I crave for, topped with a little dark humor that surprised me with a smile out of my focused listening experience.
Again, can't say for this question. I simply have not read the book.
It made me want to take a walk on a dark, rainy night with a concealed piece, dodging from shadow to shadow and tossing in an occasional jog.
The Gray Man is a figure of speech for lone, spooky figures in multitudes of context. The series lives up to what I would expect of such a legend.
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